This should be the first thing you do in Boston after having a Sam Adams of course! Great way to see the city and know what areas to come back too!
A must do for first time visitors to Boston. Take your time, and download one of the many 'apps' to give you all the info on each site.
It was very educative we had a wonderful tour guide who was very passionate about the history of Paul Revere. Go early to Faneuil Hall because that will give you more time to go into the surrounding buildings on your own that were discussed. The tour does not go into any buildings and you are outside so dress accordingly.
Once you can find the beginning near the State House it is easy to follow the brick path. It leads you to all the major historic sites in the city. See the burial grounds of Sam Adams, site of the Boston Massacre, Paul Revere's house, of course Fanueil Hall.
We had a wonderful tour guide who was very passionate about the history of Paul Revere. Go early to Faneuil Hall because that will give you more time to go into the surrounding buildings on your own that were discussed. The tour does not go into any buildings and you are outside so dress accordingly.
Well designed walking trail that is well marked with brick or paint to route you by all the historic sights of Boston A Plus activiity
I tried working backwards as recommended by my host. To start off with, I took the ferry from Long wharf to charlestown navy yard. From the USS constitution museum, i walk the trail backwards, to bunker hill monument and so forth, to boston common. In this way, it won't b too crowded at one point. Will try the original route... More
it's a point that everyone will go if you visit Boston for the first time. There are many spots in the trail, and they are pretty close. we spend 2 half days (afternoon of first day and morning of second day) because we carry an infant, using stroller is fine, except you visit the USS, you need to carry the... More
American Freedom was won here and the Freedom Trail takes you on a self-guided walk through the North End area of Boston. See the Paul Revere House, Old North Church, and don't miss Bunker Hill. Not great for little kids or those who have any trouble with lots of walking…..but even those folks can enjoy by taking a short walk... More
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